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Sunil Gavaskar shares his vast cricket experience with Cheteshwar Pujara before the Sydney Test

January 1, 2021

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Ankit Seth

Sunil Gavaskar figures that Cheteshwar Pujara should precede and have a talk with batting mentor Vikram Rathour in front of the third Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground. His top score is 43 and is yet to hit his ties.

In the first Day-Night Adelaide Test, Pujara likewise got a duck in the second innings. Despite the fact that India won the second Test at the MCG by eight wickets, notwithstanding substitute captain Ajinkya Rahane, who is additionally the top run-scorer of the series, no other Indian batsmen have figured out to have an effect in the four-match Test series.

Cheteshwar Pujara has got a few marvels, says Gavaskar

Gavaskar was caught saying this during a selective meeting with India today; that Pujara should proceed to converse with the batting mentor Vikram Rathour. That is the thing that Gavaskar would explain to him since that is the reason individuals have been named for.

In the 2018-19 version of the Border Gavaskar Trophy, Pujara was the top run-scorer with more than 500 runs and three centuries. In any case, this time around, he has discovered batting tough. All things considered, he has the opportunity to present some class batting in the next two Tests.

Gavaskar also added that he had got a few delights. The one in Adelaide which he had to play, the one at Melbourne in the first innings, he had got fabulous balls. There wasn’t a lot a batsman could do when a bowler bowls a ball like that.

He also included that In the second innings, it had felt like Pujara had wanted to finish off the match so he had played a unique shot and that was not something we would see from Pujara, particularly toward the beginning of the innings.

Another Indian batsman in Mayank Agarwal has been experiencing a bad time in the series. At the point when found out if he has counseled the batting mentor for guidance; Gavaskar also stated that Indeed, you need to check with Mayank Agarwal.

India went under the cosh after they were limited to 36 in the second innings of the Adelaide Test. In any case, victory in the Melbourne Test implied that they drew the equalizer. The third and penultimate Test begins on January 7.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth